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Mental Health

Mental Health

Centre Francophone de Toronto offers mental health therapy/ counseling services for individuals, couples and families, and therapeutic groups in French for Francophones aged 18 and over. Services are free and confidential.

Centre Francophone de Toronto welcomes referrals from family physicians, other services in the Ontario community, and self-referrals.

Mental Health Toronto

Mental Health TO, formerly known as the Centralized Access Point (CAP), is an initiative of several Toronto-based organizations that provide mental health services for children and their families.

The goal of this initiative is to centralize single-door requests for mental health services so that youth and their families can have timely and effective access to community-based and culturally-sensitive mental health services.

Through a single telephone number, all requests in French are directed to Espace Jeunesse, which is a mental health service for children and youth at the Centre Francophone. The Centre is responsible for:

  • Make the initial assessment
  • Triage, determining priority requests
  • Offer a service that meets the needs of the client
  • Refer families to other resources available in the community.

Mental Health

Centre Francophone de Toronto offers mental health therapy/ counseling services for individuals, couples and families, and therapeutic groups in French for Francophones aged 18 and over. Services are free and confidential.

Centre Francophone de Toronto welcomes referrals from family physicians, other services in the Ontario community, and self-referrals.

Mental Health Toronto

Mental Health TO, formerly known as the Centralized Access Point (CAP), is an initiative of several Toronto-based organizations that provide mental health services for children and their families.

The goal of this initiative is to centralize single-door requests for mental health services so that youth and their families can have timely and effective access to community-based and culturally-sensitive mental health services.

Through a single telephone number, all requests in French are directed to Espace Jeunesse, which is a mental health service for children and youth at the Centre Francophone. The Centre is responsible for:

  • Make the initial assessment
  • Triage, determining priority requests
  • Offer a service that meets the needs of the client
  • Refer families to other resources available in the community.
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